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  • Posted on: February 12, 2011
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Ron White memorizing cards at the 2009 World Memory Championship in London. In this attempt Ron shuffled through a deck of cards in 1 min and 17 seconds (roughly) and then (not shown in the video) attempted to assemble a second deck of cards to match the deck he has just seen. It was not a success, he flip flopped two cards.

  • Posted on: December 3, 2010
  • Categories: News

As the National Memory Champion for 2009 and 2010 for memorizing a Deck of Cards and having spoken in 30 countries in the last 20 years on memory I see hundreds of new ways to Improve memory.

  • Posted on: December 1, 2010
  • Categories: News

Increasing Vitamin E Intake – Vitamin E is the primary fat-soluble antioxidant in the body which makes it a crucial brain protector since the brain is composed mostly of fat. One molecule of Vitamin E can protect 200 fatty acid molecules from free radical damage thereby helping brain cells remain functionally healthy for a longer life.

  • Posted on: November 30, 2010
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Ron White the National Memory Champion is always looking for teaching on maximizing your brain power and memory tools. This is a good article that reinforces what Ron teaches in keynotes around the world. Enjoy…

Imagine if you will, we are all robots designed for a specific task, and we are all controlled by a computer in our head. When we need to do more tasks, our owners could simply install a motherboard, chip or hard-disk to upgrade our memory and learning capabilities. But the human brain is much more complex than even the most advance computer in the world. Even so, improving the human memory power is very different and takes some effort.

  • Posted on: November 28, 2010
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Ron White the National Memory Champion is always teaching others to continue learning. It is the best way to keep your mind sharp. Good information…

Keeping our brains active can help improve memory performance. While the old tried and tested method of repetition is still an important part of memory techniques, we also need a bit of novelty to keep our minds awake and to stimulate our brains.

How to Solve Concentration Problems: How to Improve Memory and Concentration
Well, if you would like to know how to solve your Concentration Problems and improve your memory and concentration using simple brain exercises…then this is your final destination.